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Unilever and Nestlé dominate top 10 ice cream brands purchased online

The amount of ice cream purchased online between June and August has tripled since 2014, according to 1010data. ©iStock/Tatomm

Since 2014, the number of online ice cream orders have tripled during the summer months and over half of those purchases are made on grocery chain websites based on 1010data’s recent findings.

Whole Foods will add to the credibility of AmazonFresh where dairy is the second highest grossing category. ©iStock/krblokhin

Amazon acquisition of Whole Foods to bode well for dairy

Sainsbury's is now stocking Califia Farms products, as its range of dairy-free milks continues to grow.

Sainsbury’s doubles range of non-dairy milks in 300 UK stores

A monthly round-up of products in the dairy aisle. Pic: ©iStock/dikobraziy/sergeyryzhov

What’s new in the dairy aisles for May?

The goal of Undeniably Dairy is to regain consumers' connection to dairy while highlighting transparency in the industry.

‘Undeniably Dairy’ campaign aims to make dairy relevant and transparent for US consumers

Personalised nutrition could "save government money". ©iStock

Personalised nutrition: Cost and lack of experts slowing uptake in Asia Pacific

Fonterra vice president China brands, Chester Cao; Fonterra president Greater China, Christina Zhu; and actor, Tong Dawei, at the launch of Fonterra’s interactive pop-up store in Shanghai’s Super Brand Mall.

Fonterra sets up pop-up store in Shanghai mall

Protein pouches, whey rpotein, cave-aged Cheddar and candy-flavored cheese snacks are among the new products hitting the dairy shelves in April.

April dairy product launches

Included in the new products round-up for March are cheese in Singapore, memory milk in India, ice cream in France and yoguer from Vietnam flavored with the durian fruit, pictured above. Pic: ©iStock/Noppasin/klenger

March product launches from around the world in the dairy aisles

My/Mo’s ambitious plan: Bringing ice cream mochi to more US shoppers

My/Mo continues Mikawaya’s ice cream mochi legacy with conventional US ice cream flavors

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